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Rapala Fishing Lures in West Palm Beach, Fl


Choosing a Rapala lure for Deep Sea Fishing in West Palm Beach

Rapala offers a variety of different lures for deep sea fishing in west palm beach. These lips on these lures causes them to dive down to a specific depth without a weight or planer. They run straight through the water and produce a loud vibration that draws in pelagic fish. For deep sea fishing in west palm beach for wahoo, use the Rapala Saltwater X-Rap Magnum Divebait-40. This plug will run down to 40 feet and is good for high speed trolling. For deep sea fishing for mahi in west palm beach, use the Rapala saltwater x-rap divebait-15. This plug will run down to 15' and is good for both high speed and slow trolling. Experiment with colors until you find out what is working best. Generally anglers in West Palm Beach fish darker colors in low light conditions and brighter colors as the sun rises higher in the sky.

Choosing a West Palm Beach Rapala lure for Inshore Fishing

The Rapala Saltwater X-Rap 14 is perfect for inshore fishing in West Palm Beach. It rides shallow enough that you wont get hung up, and puts out a wobble that fish can detect from long distances. Stick with either the silver, glass ghost or pilchard colors in West Palm Beach

Which West Palm Beach Rapala lure to use for Freshwater Fishing

The Rapala X-rap 08 is best for freshwater fishing in west palm beach. Make sure you are selecting the suspending model so the lure hovers right in the strike zone. Slash these around the banks and cover where fish could be hiding. Slash the bait a few times then give it a long pause. Make sure you are ready because most of the time, fish will ambush this lure on the pause when you are not expecting it!

Rapala Lure for Trolling in West Palm Beach

Rapala lures work great for trolling in West Palm Beach. They run true and straight even at high speeds, put off an irristable vibration in the water and are rigged with quality terminal tackle so they can hold up to the toothy critters in West Palm Beach. Not many lures give you the advantage of covering different depths in the water column when trolling. Try matching the depth in which you are fishing to the diving depth of the lure you are trolling. For example, deeper water, larger, deeper diving lure will attract bigger fish. For trolling in shallow, use a smaller shallower diving rapala lure.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Rapala lure is best for freshwater?

The Rapala X-rap 08 is best for bass fishing in west palm beach. Make sure you are selecting the suspending model so the lure hovers right in the strike zone. Slash these around the banks, cover, pipes and beds where fish could be hanging out. Slash the bait a few times then give it a long pause. Make sure you are ready because most of the time, bass will ambush this lure on the pause when you are not expecting it! These lures are also great for locating peacock bass. Sometimes, it can be difficult to temt a peacock bass out of the heavy cover they are hiding in. Throw this jerkbait around the edges of heavy cover to see if you can annoy a peacock. You will see the bright colors flashing behind your lure, but many times not striking it at all. This is a good way to bait them out of the cover and get them fired up. Then, use the bait and switch technique with a wacky rigged trick worm or drop shot to entice the bite.

How fast do you troll with a Rapala?

Rapala diving plugs run true at a wide range of speeds. They work well slow trolling for King Mackerel, putting off a deadly slow wobble. At an average trolling speed of 6-8 knots Rapala diving lures run perfectly with a tight wobble, get down to the desired depth and will get hit by just about any species of predetory fish in the area. Some of the Rapala Magnum Divebaits are marked with "high speed trolling" right on the box. These lures are designed to troll up to 13kts. ( 15mph)

How do you troll with a Rapala Lure?

Run two Rapala diving lures off your back corners (closest rod holders to the transom) Let them out in freespool with the clickers on your reels. They will float on the surface back behind the boat. Send them back a little farther than the dept you expect them to run. Then tighten down the drag and give the reels a few cranks to really get the plug down. The speed of your boat combined with the lip of the plug will keep the lure down deep in the water. Be extremely careful when bringing these lures back into the boat. Make sure to crank the rapalas in slowly becuase they have a tendancy to jump out of the water once they begin reaching the surface.

Is Rapala a reputable brand?

Absolutely they are. Rapala has been around for a long time and it is a proven lure brand in West Palm Beach

What other brands does Rapala have?

• VMC • Suffix • Storm • Luhr-Jensen • Blue Fox • Terminator • Williamson • Strike Master • Ice Force

Which Rapala lure is best for Tarpon?

The Rapala X-Rap Saltwater Slashbait has proven itself time and time again that is has the durability and action needed to get those big tarpon to bite

What Rapala lure is best for Tuna in West Palm Beach?

The Williamson Flash Feather by Rapala is a tuna catching machine. Run this lure far back in your spread in the clean water for Blackfin and Skipjack Tunas.

What Rapala lure is best for casting?

The Rapala Skitter is a favorite casting lure in West Palm Beach as it has plenty of weight to get those extra long cast that shore fisherman aim for.

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